My phone it works fine when i turn it on then if i start texting and even when im not using it. It will start vibrating and then the volume will start going down by itself and the keybad will lockup and if i like hit the phone it will stop and i can use it then about 5-10 minutes later it will do it again.. whats wrong?
SOUNDS LIKE YOU KEEP PRESSING THE KEYS ON SIDE OF PHONE LOOK UNDER SETTINGS - PERSONALIZE - HOME SCREEN - HOME KEYS- SMART KEY TO CHANGE THEM OR GET A GOOD SNAPON COVER THAT TUCKS THE KEYS AWAY YOU MUST GET THE COVER FOR YOUR MODEL OF RAZR
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Nokia phones call them "profiles" , a set of preset modes where you can have different volume levels and tones for different occasions i.e General, meeting, loud, silent etc. I was suggesting trying a different preset mode If available to see if it worked for you.
I use an HTC Touch. Hopefully the menu should be the same in Touch HD as per the Touch. Try this..
Start -> Settings -> in the Personal tab, click Notifications -> u might see 2 tabs -> select Notifications tab again -> select an Event (here it is incoming SMS) -> below you'll see the Vibrate option -> tick on it to enable it -> Select OK to save.
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well. the problem is that you're probably hitting the command button where you sumbit voice commands like: call "mom".
its a stupid thing to put on a phone, and I've never seen anyone use it. but whatever, verizon's stupid.
again, the voice command key on the enV is the clear button. so if you hold it down, you'll hear the "command not recongnized, after you hear "please say a command".
your hearing it over and over again because you accidently hit it, and since you dont say anything after the beep it gives, it goes "command not recongnized". i dont think it says "please say a command" when its on vibrate, but i couldnt be sure.
Best way I have found is to use explorer and browse into your mobile device and search for a folder called "volatile". I copied every wierd looking folder that started with XME or such. There were like 999 of them on my phone. Once they were removed, everything went back to normal!
Sounds like water damage. Are there any red stickers under the battery? If so, then it is water damaged.
Either way, if you are the primary line then Verizon may offer you an early upgrade if your rateplan is above a certain price point (if that's who your on). If not, you can do an insurance claim, if you don't have insurance then you will have to either pay full price for a new one, or purchased a used one.
there is no option in your phone to disable or prevent the phone from vibrating, so you will have to do a clear storage....to do this, go into start, accessories, clear storage. enter 1234 and select YES.
WARNING: this WILL delete all information stored on your device, so sync it to your computer first.
Follow this steps in the given order - 1) Switch off your phone 2) Remove memory card 3) Switch on your phone 4) Ask a friend to send you a message. Now you will hear the tone 5) Switch off, insert the memory card & switch on again 6) Ask someone to send a message again. It will work